Gareth Henry is an expert in actual mathematics, an investor and a businessman. He currently serves a global alternative investment firms the Managing Director. Although he currently lives in New York City, he was born in London. He developed his natural talent and passion for mathematics and financial risk assessment. Eventually, he began attending Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. In 2001, he received his Actuarial Mathematics and Statistics Bachelor of Science degree. After his graduation, Gareth Henry started working his first job with Watson Wyatt. He worked as an analyst for the manager research team. He eventually started working for the Global Investment Management Services team and remained until 2004.
The same year he became an investment manager for SEI investments. He managed and served insurers, pension funds and consultants. He left the company in 2005 to serve Shroders as the Director. He spent two years with the company prior to leaving in 2007. He then moved to the United States to become the Managing Director for Fortress Investment Group. Gareth Henry raised capital as the Head of International Investor Relations. This included hedge funds, private credit, private equity and real estate holdings. He engaged with numerous companies in the United Kingdom, the Middle Eats and Europe in addition to overseeing distribution agreements throughout Asia. He simultaneously served in the position of Global Head of Investor Relations and managed a hedge fund worth $4 billion.
About Gareth Henry began serving Angelo, Gordon & Co. as the Global Head of Investor Relations and a partner. He raised $4.5 billion in 2016 for the business. He raised an additional $2.5 billion in 2017 for credit and real estate products. He became the Managing Director for an investing company in February of 2019. This is an extremely successful alternative investment firm with numerous locations both internationally and within the United States. He is responsible for the investments and daily operations of the business. In 2018, he was responsible for helping to fund and establish the Gareth Henry Access Bursary for Heriot-Watt University, his alma matter. This is one of the United Kingdom’s leading universities for both industry and business.